How do you use Toppl?

How do you use Toppl?

The Toppl comes in two sizes, and they fit together neatly. Fill the big Toppl with dry food, and then push the small Toppl onto it until they stick together. The result is a toy your dog will bang and roll around the floor until the food come out of the two holes.

How does the West Paw Toppl work?

Toppl’s soft, rounded inner ‘teeth’ contain a contoured cavity to hold treats in place until your dog nudges them out. To change up the challenge, simply connect the small and large together to make make Toppl even tougher.

What is Toppl?

Toppl is a puzzle dog toy that traps treats with its inner ridges and tips over to keep dogs entertained and challenged, interlock the two sizes (sold separately) to make playtime even more fun. 100% recyclable, BPA-and-phthalate-free, non-toxic, and FDA-compliant.

Is flirt pole bad for dogs?

Flirt pole safety. Avoid sharp turns, especially if your dog chases at high speeds. A quick turn can result in joint and ligament injuries. If your dog limps, appears to be sore, or seems “cranky” after a play session, he may be experiencing pain. Consult your vet before using the flirt pole again.

What is Zogoflex made of?

The Zogoflex material is from the United States and manufactured in Bozeman, Montana. Made from Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE), Zogoflex’s material is extremely durable, elastic (can stretch 400 x its length) and can be infinitely recyclable without compromising the product’s integrity.

What is the purpose of a flirt pole?

A flirt pole, also called a “flirt stick”, is a piece of exercise equipment for dogs that entices a dog to chase a fast moving lure. This equipment is often used to physically condition a dog and improve his or her skills for better performance in certain competitions such as lure-coursing or Schutzhund.

Why is a flirt pole good for dogs?

A flirt pole is fantastic for dogs who love to chase – especially those with a higher chase drive than others, like sighthounds. It can really help to train a strong ‘drop it’ too! This game is best played after your dog has warmed up to prevent any injuries from happening.